Friday, May 8, 2009

two silhouettes.

The Invisible Man. I originally started doing a watercolor painting, but it wasn't really going anywhere interesting, so I made it a silhouette and mounted it on the dark red-brown acrylic (frustrating medium that it is). 

Just a "quick" silhouette. No real story, just a bird looking down at a fish looking up. 

Silhouettes are definitely a direction I want to move towards, but not necessarily only do. 

A few things from Survey

A bird and flowers. Yeah I dig em. 

This was done to illustrate the Waldorf-Astoria heist where a man robbed a jewelry store and shot a retired cop (who survived). I used the gouache resist but the crimson ink crackled off so this is what I was left with:


This is the first page of my children's book. Or was anyhow. Watercolor over matte medium. And pencil. 




Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Eee!

http://www.observer.com/2009/books/all-about-her-mother?page=all

Published!
 

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